Iain Duncan Smith announced his resignation on Friday
A few possible candidates to fill the hole at the top of the Department of Work and Pensions
Department urged to 'sort out its own housekeeping' after survey shows 23% increase in reported discrimination
A petition to discuss how state pensions for women have changed secured more than 140,000 signatures
The new system replaces the basic and additional pensions for people reaching the state retirement age from 6 April 2016
It deals a blow to David Cameron's pledge that restricting EU migrants from claiming in-work benefits will significantly reduce net immigration to the UK - a central plank to his EU renegotiation
Government will pay £1.6bn in next three years to private contractors who carry out controversial assessments
Funeral directors warn MPs the Social Funeral Fund is ineffective, with even basic burials costing around £3,000
Academic researchers also find 279,000 cases of mental ill health and 725,000 more prescriptions for antidepressants
DWP spends £8.54m on advertising campaign at the same time as slashing benefits for disabled people, cutting £4.5bn a year from working tax credits and withdrawing housing benefit from all those under the age of 21
Substantial as the rising fraud crime wave has been, the current theft of pension pots will make it look trivial indeed
The scheme has been plagued by problems and delays since its launch
More than a fifth of out of work benefits claimants have a criminal record according to research published by the Ministry of Justice today.
Iain Duncan Smith has suggested being on benefits is a form of slavery and he is like abolitionist William Wilberforce through his introduction of welfare reforms.
Damning study says there is a lack of support to help Britain’s poorest pay for funerals
Britons face some of the highest and most volatile food prices in Western Europe, according to research published today.